NEW 10 YEAR SUFP ANNIVERSARY VARIETY SHOW AVAILABLE NOW!!!!

The first Stand Up For Pits event happened in 2011 at the Hollywood Improv. Then in 2014 Rebecca Corry organized the One Million PIBBLE march on Washington DC. Thousands from all over the US and Canada converged on the US Capitol becoming one loud voice for pit bull type dogs. A movement began, inspired by Angel and continues to grow, inspire, educate, advocate, save and help countless pit bull type dogs nationwide. In 2014 the Stand Up For Pits Foundation, Inc. became a recognized 501c3 and has raised hundreds of thousands of much needed funds for other pit bull type
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SPAY AND NEUTER ANGEL DAY OHIO!!

Yesterday was Spay & Neuter ANGEL DAY in Ohio!! Here are just some of the precious hippos and good humans helped by this desperately needed Stand Up For Pits Foundation initiative! Thank you to our friends and Adopt A Pit Rescue for taking such good care of these babies and participating with professionalism and dedication. Together we are making a difference for years to come. Next up is Greenville South Carolina!
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ROSCOE RESCUED! SUFP DONATES $400 ANGEL GRANT!

And just like that precious ROSCOE has left the building! Please read the update from Ashley, the volunteer who reached out to us about Roscoe below. THANK YOU once again to our dedicated and compassionate followers for always taking action when called upon. Together we can and are making a difference. SUFP donated a $400 Angel Grant to help with his care. #standupforpits #endabuse #responsiblepetownership ROSCOE UPDATE We have an update! Roscoe is being pulled from the shelter today and fostered until Wednesday. I’ll be taking him to my mom in Beaumont on Wednesday who will then transport him directly
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RIP PRECIOUS LOUISE

Louise suddenly started shaking, wouldn’t walk and couldn’t stand. They immediately rushed her to the hospital. Her kidneys were failing and it was believed she possibly had leptospirosis. The SUFP Foundation provided an emergency $1600 Angel Grant to help cover the enormous costs of all the testing and care she needed. Sadly, Louise did not make it. She was rescued by incredible humans, was adored and is gone way too soon. This is a profound and devastating loss for her family who are exceptional people who do so much for this cause and community. I want to send them my
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